I'm a writer, researcher and teacher.
At the moment, I'm working on two books about the British experimental novelist Ann Quin and 1960s writing: one about Quin's life and work and the other a collection of her unpublished short stories.
I've written about books for the Guardian, The White Review, the Review of Contemporary Fiction, Music and Literature and others. And I've talked about them for BBC Radio 4 and the BBC College of Production and at various festivals, events and universities. Recent work includes interviews with Zadie Smith and Jim Crace.
I currently work with the Hearing the Voice Project at the Centre of Medical Humanities, Durham University on the Writers’ Inner Voices project, a study about literary creativity and inner voice.
Recent awards include fellowships at Indiana University and the University of Illinois. I regularly teach and lecture on topics across modern and contemporary writing.
You can email me on jenniferhodgson83[@]gmail.com